This week in classes will begin a look at Santosha or the practice of contentment. Santosha is an invitation to stop using phrases such as: “I’d be happy if….” “It’ll be better when…”, “If only it was like this…” and accepting things just as they are. Contentment battles the human tendencies to compare ourselves to others, to wish circumstances or people to be different from how they are, and to need things/stuff/possessions outside of ourselves to rest in abiding joy. We begin this practice on the mat with accepting the moment and ourselves just as we are when we show up for practice.
A regular physical Yoga practice benefits overall health and wellness. It supports students physically, energetically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually in increasing awareness and finding balance. It is also a practice that can be adapted to meet students where they are at. A physical yoga practice is meant to shift and change with students as they age so that the tools can be accessible throughout one's life.
I teach 5 Virtual Hatha Yoga classes per week from the comfort of my home. My verbal cueing is strong so as long as you can hear me you don't need to look at the screen much, just follow the sound of my voice as I guide you.
My personal style is lighthearted, playful and trauma informed. I present Classical Yoga philosophy infused Hatha Yoga practices in a down to earth type of way. I offer a variety of formats to meet beginners to more advanced students.
I also offer Spotify playlists on theme for those who need sweet tunes to help them get out of their head and into the moment.
If you are interested in checking out my style join me Livestream or anytime through my Yoga On Demand Channels. All details at www.blissfulbutterflyyoga.com link in bio on IG